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Find a job in Vancouver & BC with the help of the Vancouver Public Library

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Are you looking to find a job in Vancouver or in BC?

Your local library is a great starting point to finding your way to employment. Case in point, look through the array of resources and services available at the Vancouver Public Library:

  • Skilled Immigrant InfoCentre: An online and in-person resource centre that helps newcomers to Canada find the information they need to get a job, explore careers or start a business.
  • Apprenticeship: Explore the opportunities for skilled trades workers, this guide lists British Columbia resources for getting started in the program.
  • Career Cruising: Better understand occupations, education and training information related to specific careers in Canada, you might want to tap into the program available for free with your library card.
  • Career and Job Search: find job market information, including current labour market conditions, descriptions of industries and occupations, economic forecasts for occupational groups and earnings.
  • Company Information: Find materials related to companies that you’re interested in applying to.
  • Education in British Columbia: Find electronic and print resources about education in B.C.
  • Job Search for Youth: Internet links and library resources to help youth find employment or training opportunities.
  • com: Online education database offering over 5,000 video courses by top experts in many different fields.
  • Online Education and Training: Online learning opportunities.
  • Small Business: Find materials at the Vancouver Public Library and on the Internet to help start a small business in British Columbia.
  • 華裔移民資訊指南 Chinese Immigrants’ Guide to Living, Studying and Working in BC 本指南旨在為華裔移民提供在BC生活學習就業等各方面圖書資料、電子資源及相關網絡資訊。

Much of the information can be accessed in person, or online through the Vancouver Public Library. When exploring these resources, make sure to connect with your librarian to ask if there are service organizations that can assist you in finding employment in BC. Many organizations work closely with libraries – offering resume workshops, interview preparation workshops, and more – to help you obtain work in BC.